In sports, the scoreboard shows the points and the time remaining on the clock. But what does it look like to win as a dad? How do you even measure success? For all of us, there are moments when we think we may be winning in parenting our kids, and other times when we feel as if we’re losing. To define what qualifies as a win, there are lessons we can learn from fathers who are ahead of us in the game as well as teammates beside us.
If you have kids from preschool to college and you want to be an intentional dad, please join us for DadLife—a special one-night event just for dads at Buckhead Church on Thursday, February 1. We’re excited to welcome Jeff Henderson and David Salyers, two all-pro dads, as our guest speakers. They will be sharing practical steps we can take to win in parenting our children.
Jeff Henderson Jeff is the Lead Pastor of Gwinnett Church, a campus of North Point Ministries in Atlanta, GA. He previously served as the Lead Pastor for eight years at Buckhead Church, North Point’s first multi-site location. Before serving as a pastor, Jeff worked in marketing and advertising, including leading Chick-fil-A’s sports marketing and beverage partnerships for six years. He is the co-founder of Champion Tribes, Launch Youniversity, Pastor Circle, and Preaching Rocket. Jeff and his wife, Wendy, have been married 21 years and have a daughter, Jesse, 18, and a son, Cole, 16.
David Salyers David is the Vice-President of Brand Activation Marketing for the Chick-fil-A Company where he has worked his entire career. As a passionate student of life and business, he has seen the guiding principles articulated in his 2013 book, Remarkable!: Maximizing Results through Value Creation, a leadership parable about servant leadership and compassion, play out in more than 1,600 Chick-fil-A restaurants across the country. David is the co-founder of Champion Tribes, serves on numerous boards, and has helped launch several start-ups and nonprofit organizations. He and his wife, Lynn, have been married for 28 years and have three children.
Thursday, February 1st
$10 per person
Tailgate food will be provided.
DadLife registration is closed. Tickets will be available at the door for $10.
A few important reminders: